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Old 07-19-2008, 02:13 AM
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Originally posted by J-Mac
as the %xxxx% locations on my machine are not always found in the saame location as someone with a run-of-the-mill, standard Windows installation.
Of course your paths may not be standard, that is the purpose of the %temp% variable.

More explanation anyway>
Most likely kinook's program saved the file to the location found in your systems variable %temp%. I don't know where that location is, kinook doesn't either- but your system does.

Did you try my suggestion? What happened?

Start| Run %temp% will open explorer to the folder.

Dos prompt >echo %temp% will tell you what the folders path is...

How about just searching for the file...

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Edit>>> When I run HTMLClip.exe (on XP), it opens Windows Explorer to the folder containing the clipboard.htm file all by itself.

Last edited by $bill; 07-19-2008 at 02:28 AM.
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